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Umbrello UML Modeller

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Umbrello
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Developer(s)KDE
Stable release
2.28 / 18 April 2019 (18 months ago) (2019-04-18)
Written inC++ (Qt 4)
Engine
    Operating system
    TypeUML tool
    LicenseGPLv2
    Websiteumbrello.kde.org

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    Umbrello UML Modeller is a free software UML diagram tool available natively for Unix-like platforms, as well as Microsoft Windows (as part of KDE on Windows). It is bundled with KDE SC 4 but works well with other desktops and programming environments.

    Umbrello handles all the standard UML diagram types. It can reverse engineer code written in C++, IDL, Pascal/Delphi, Ada, Python, and Java, as well as import XMI files generated by external tools from PHP[1] or Perl code[2][3] and export to various programming languages.

    Umbrello allows the distribution of model contents by exporting to DocBook and XHTML formats. This aids in collaborative development efforts where team members may not have direct access to Umbrello, or in cases where model contents should be published on a web site. PNG graphics files can also be created.

    Umbrello is released along the kdesdk module of KDE.

    Supported export programming languages[edit]

    • ActionScript
    • Ada
    • C#
    • C++
    • D
    • IDL
    • Java
    • JavaScript
    • Pascal
    • Perl
    • PHP
    • Python
    • Ruby
    • SQL
    • Tcl
    • Vala
    • XML Schema

    See also[edit]

    • List of UML tools

    References[edit]

    1. "PHP2XMI". Motion-Twin Technologies. Retrieved 2014-02-20.
    2. "xmi_reverse.pl". Umbrello Developer Resources. Umbrello Project.
    3. "perl2xmi". Umbrello Developer Resources. Umbrello Project.

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